Had a spin out with my traction controll on and now my steering is off i have to steer at 10 oclock for the car to drive straight.

Asked by Dec 15, 2011 at 12:20 AM about the Ford Five Hundred

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

IS this because of my tracion control?How much is this gonna hurt?Could this also be the cause of my dash lights going out in only one spot?What type of damage am i doing if i continue to drive it?HELP ME PLEASE...

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No it wont be the traction control causeing this,did you hit anything with the tires-wheels,you may have bent a tie rod or some stearing part or bent the rearend.dont drive until fixed.something is way off and dangerous to drive.

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